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WHO director-general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus (Image: AP/Salvatore Di Nolfi)

Vaccine success, saliva test misses, and a new pandemic?

Victoria's surge continues as the World Health Organisation warns the worst is yet to come. Plus more of the latest virus news.

Xi Jinping and Scott Morrison (Image: AAP)

A way out of Australia’s China crisis: let Beijing buy Virgin

In one move, the Morrison government could put out an economic fire and and repair disintegrating relations with our most important partner.

WHO director-general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus (Image: AP/Salvatore Di Nolfi)

How the World Health Organisation works — or doesn’t

The US has pulled funding from the World Health Organisation, sparking a geopolitical storm. But is the criticism warranted?

Donald Trump (Image: PA/Stefani Reynolds)

We hate to say this, but for once, Trump might be on the right track

Is Donald Trump's attack on the World Health Organisation based on fact? We take a look at its transgressions, real and imagined.

Virus Watch: Trump bans travel from Europe (but excludes his UK mates)

US imposes European travel ban as WHO declares a pandemic.

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Virus watch: COVID-19 by the numbers

As the world edges towards a pandemic declaration, and Donald Trump appoints a "coronavirus czar", Crikey breaks down the latest numbers on COVID-19.

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Virus watch: what you need to know about COVID-19

There's a lot of talk about 'pandemic' going around. How worried should you be?

(Image: AP Photo/Ng Han Guan)

Fears Chinese New Year celebrations will spread killer virus across region

Hundreds of millions of people traverse China during the festival period.

Corrupt Zimbabwean dictator perfect fit for World Health Organisation

Rather than being unfit for a World Health Organisation ambassadorship, Robert Mugabe is a good fit for the body.

Public health organisations and the peer-reviewed literature increasinge recognised the serious impacts for our health should we fail to tackle climate change, write <b>David Shearman, George Crisp</b> and <b>David King</b>.

Why doctors should give climate change the right treatment

Public health organisations and the peer-reviewed literature increasinge recognised the serious impacts for our health should we fail to tackle climate change, write David Shearman, George Crisp and David King.

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